My name is Katherine Arlene Medina, but most people call me Kathy. I graduated from the University of Arizona in May 2016 with two Bachelors of Arts: Spanish Literature and Law and immediately, I started my masters the following fall. I finished my first year of my Masters Degree in Spanish Literature at the U of A. I'm a Graduate Assisstant at the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
I born in California, but I lived in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, and have been in Tucson since July 2012. I'm a fighter, dedicated, gentile, charismatic, creative, organized, honest and independent woman, who loves sports, listen to music and write. I enjoy being a teacher and help others.
I began teaching Spanish 102 in Fall 2016 and Spanish 201 in Fall 2017. I have learned numerous life lessons from my students as I tried to make a differences in their lives as well.
I am eager to start my final year of my Masters Degree and anxious to find out where my life takes me afterwards.